2022 Nobel Prize in Physics found

2022 Nobel Prize in Physics found

At the press conference held at the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, it was announced that the 2022 Nobel Prize in Physics was awarded to scientists Alain Aspect, John Clauser and Anton Zeilinger.

It was stated that the award was given to 3 scientists for ‘experiments with entangled photons, detecting the violation of Bell inequalities and pioneering quantum information science’.


Japanese meteorologist and climatologist Syukuro Manabe, German oceanographer and climate modeler Klaus Hasselmann and Italian theoretical physicist Giorgio Parisi won the award in 2021.

Manabe and Hasselmann, who “make a physical model of the Earth’s climate, accurately predict global warming and measure its variability”, are reported to “make a groundbreaking contribution to the understanding of complex systems”, while Parisi “from his discovery of the interaction of fluctuations and disorder in physical systems from atomic to planetary scales”. It was stated that he was deemed worthy of the award.

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